kayaker in Puget Sound learns a dangerous lesson
Posted: April 14, 2009 by Jeff Fabiszewski in Gear Reviews, Kayak Safety, Open Water Crossings
Tags: kayaking near death, Puget Sound, Scott Redfern
Wisdom comes out of surviving, reflecting on, and not repeating our mistakes. A book or video will never teach how quick a mistake can turn into an obituary. I am glad that Scott Redfern did not become a statistic.
Several blogers have remarked about the near death of a man kayaking during a small craft advisory in Puget Sound on March 16, 2009. Follow these links to the original video and the West Seattle Blog.
April 11th, 2009 - Scott Fern, a kayaker who was caught by large waves in Puget Sound and then brought safely to shore on March 16th, shares his story and gives a belated thank you to his rescuers. KING 5's Elisa Hahn reports. I borrowed this image from Hans Heupink's blog
Check out Hans Heupink’s and Björn Thomasson’s blog